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The Financial Conduct Authority warns against cloned firms

The Financial Conduct Authority has recently issued warnings against fraudsters posing to work for authorised firms including Raymond James Investment Services Ltd and Equerry Investment Management. Scammers...

EU referendum: what are the economic repercussions?

With the EU referendum set to be held before the end of 2017, British lawmakers are to start an inquiry focusing on the economic...

Volkswagen Scandal: explained

In the latest in a series of big announcements from German carmaker Volkswagen, the company have confirmed that around 8 million diesel vehicles in the European Union...

George Osborne: Conservatives are “the true party of Labour”

In his conference speech in Manchester, George Osborne went beyond the expected chancellor's address and went on to focus on succeeding David Cameron as...

Liverpool to be well represented at Property Investor show

European culture capital 2008 and the third in a top ten city destinations to visit by Rough Guide 2014, Liverpool is currently considered to be one of...

Roady Magazine campaign shows rise of arts crowdfunding

The rise of crowdfunding has often been highly acclaimed for 'democratising' the world of business, allowing anyone with an idea to start a company...

Corbynomics: Labour’s promises to crack down on corporate tax avoidance

Since Jeremy Corbyn was elected the leader of the British Labour Party, boasting almost 59.5% of first preference votes, every move by the Labour...

Crowdfunding: how can your business make the most of social media?

Businesses utilising social media to market and grow themselves is not a new concept; many companies now employ a specialist social media team to...

Start Up Loan Q&A: Lindsey Fish, Little Fish Event Management

In a series of posts on start-up companies, UK Investor are looking at alternative ways to fund businesses including crowdfunding, angel funding and pension...

Simply Wall St: making stocks simple

For the co-founders of Sydney-based start up Simply Wall St, investing in the stock market was a little too complicated. Undoubtedly, there are plenty of people...